All teams will wear NFL Flag team reversible Jerseys and an official NFL Flag belt. Each Team will have a Minimum of 6 Kids and Maximum of 10 kids per Team. All players must have a mouth guard in use at all times on field Home team wears dark jerseys. Away team wears light jerseys. Players jerseys must be tucked in at all times Shorts with pockets must be taped. Pants are allowed with NO padding. Players must remove all jewelry deemed hazardous by the officials. Regular sneakers are allowed but cleats are preferred. However, cleats with exposed metal are not permitted.
Rosters and Books
Books All of our teams will have a designated team parent. They will be responsible of their teams book, provided by us. In this book, complete and current rosters must be made available to the opposing team on game day. A field supervisor will check in all of the players with the opposing teams head coach. Players must be present 30 minutes prior to their game for check in's. If a player is not available at check in time, he must check in with a field supervisor before he is allowed to play.
Rosters Once a coach has signed up their team, players may request that coach at time of registration. There will be no more than 10 players per team. Friends may request to play in their friends team, but if the roster is already full, there will be no shifting of players and they must remain in the team they were assigned. All teams will consist of 6-10 players. If a team with only 6 players has a missing player for a game, they will play 5 on 5.
When your player has been assigned a coach, you should be hearing from them via email, text or call. They will advise you of dates, times and location for practice. Practice is a time where your child should perform at very their best. This is when the coaches really get a feel for what position they are most talented at and how they can best be utilized to their peak performance. Good listening skills is the key to learning. Plays will be taught and the players must learn them in order to execute them properly on the field when its game time. Practice is essential. You must make it a priority for your child to participate in practice. If they miss practice, it is up to the discretion of the coach as to how much game time the player receives at the next game. Play time depends on the effort and behavior your child displays at practice week after week. This teaches them accountability and really pushes them to be their very best.